Wilfred owen is a poet who can create a range of voices from intellectual first-person narrator observation of death in the trenches (as in exposure) to wry, sharply sarcastic mockery of. In the last laugh, owen explores the sudden death of three soldiers, who, when dying, invoked their loved ones or religion in a bid to feel closer.
Wilfred owen, who wrote some of the best british poetry on world war i, composed nearly all of his poems in slightly over a year, from august 1917 to september 1918. Wilfred owen (1893 - 1918) the last laugh 'o jesus christ i'm hit,' he said and died whether he vainly cursed, or prayed indeed, the bullets chirped - in vain vain vain.
The last laugh by wilfred owen curious facts: wrote on 18th february 1918 it was, actually, a letter to his mother, susan owen the poem we are reading is not exactly the same owen wrote.
Wilfred owen: the last laugh the last there is unremitting awfulness about the whole of each of the scenes owen creates tone the tone of the last laugh is.
'oh jesus christ i'm hit,' he said and diedwhether he vainly cursed or prayed indeed,the bullets chirped-in vain, vain, vainmachine-guns chuckled,-tut-tut.